Giveaway: Disney Frozen Spot the Difference from Drumond Park 2 Prizes

Disney Frozen Spot The Difference Family Clan

Disney Frozen Spot the Difference Game

We have received a Disney Frozen Spot the Difference game from the lovely people at Drumond Park. This game is perfect for any little Princess (or Prince) who loves Frozen.

Disney Frozen Spot the Difference Family Clan

Grace who is 3 absolutely loves Frozen, she recently met Elsa when I took them to an event recently. So was a lovely surprise for her when we received this Drumond Park Disney game to review. We opened this with sheer excitement as I am a big fan myself too… Well I don’t think I really have an option in this household!

The contents of the box are:-

Drawing board

4 Wipe clean marker pens

8 double sided reusable illustrations showing 18 designs to choose from



Aim of the game:-

Disney Frozen Spot the Difference Family ClanThe ‘drawer’ takes an illustration card and places it onto the drawing board then takes the black pen. They would then need to roll the dice which will show either a 4/5/6 and when rolled the drawer will then have to make that amount of changes on to the picture on the right side.

Once the changes have been added they return the board back to the centre of the table, turn the timer and the other players have to find the changes before time runs out.

When another player finds a change they would then circle it with their colour pen they have chosen (red, green or blue). When the times runs out, each player received two points for each change that they had circled. The ‘drawer receives two points for each change that was missed.

Disney Frozen Spot the Difference Family Clan We totalled all the scores up on a piece of paper and then continued to the next player. Wipe the board clean with the wiper that is on the pen lid, swap the black pen with the player on the left and then now that player gets to choose a drawing board.

The Disney Frozen Spot the Difference game ends when each player has had 2 turns and the player who has the most points is the winner!

The boards are easily wiped clean, the lids just pop back on the pens and you can wipe all the marker away. For putting away everything just fits back in to its box as it came. 

This Disney Frozen Spot the Difference game is suited for 2-4 players and ages 5 and over. Jake enjoyed playing this game as it was well suited for his age, but Grace only being 3 didn’t fully understand what to do, so she enjoyed trying to play along with us without the timer, but just ended up colouring in her favourite character, Anna.

This game has been brought out to play every day ‘I play my new favourite Anna game please’ from the words of Grace as she brings the box to the table.

This game has been well loved already, the quality of the product is really good and I believe this to be good value for money for the amount of enjoyment that Grace and Jake have had from the product

Currently available to buy on Amazon for the amazing price of £12.89, would make an excellent addition under the Christmas tree.


Drumond Park have given us two. yes two of these games to giveaway. If you would like a chance to win, just enter the rafflecopter giveaway form below.

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201 thoughts on “Giveaway: Disney Frozen Spot the Difference from Drumond Park 2 Prizes

  1. We love Frozen as we enjoy singing along together and we know all the words now off by heart as we have watched it so many times!

  2. Would have to be Frozen, it has a fabulous story line and is so well made and is great for the children, the music and songs are brilliant

  3. I love Beauty and the Beast. It always makes me cry when the beast is injured at the end, even though I know it will end happily!

  4. My favourite is Ratatouille. Such a wonderful Disney movie. Love the mousse and his fantastic world of cuisine all in Paris.

  5. We recently watch Moana and I must say its my favourite film. Its funny and well played and the illustrations are amazing! The storyline is fab too

  6. I love “The Aristocats” the story and characters are great and the music is fab, especially “Everybody wants to be a cat”

  7. I love Beauty and the Beast because it was cool that Belle loved books. My daughter loves Tangled (at age 4, I’m surprised it beats out Frozen, which is her second choice).

  8. I like Ariel from the little mermaid. As I kid who didn’t want to be mermaid and swim under the sea. Plus she marries a hottie in the end 😀

  9. my favourite disney film has always been snow white, its one of the best disney films and still the best out of all the princesses 😀 xx

  10. I’ve gotta say Frozen, because I think it’s a great film, lovely and funny, but I also LOVE the power of frozen, the way it took over EVERYTHING. How amazing.

  11. we love snow white – the one that started it all! Lovely storyline, but im still waiting for woodland creatures to come and help me clean!

  12. My favourite is Dumbo because it always makes me cry when his mum cradles him through the bars of the cage and sins him the lullaby – Baby Mine – oh i could cry even thinking how sad that seen is.

  13. wow how to choose just one! I love most Disney movies; Dumbo is magical cos he could fly with his big ears – Snow White is lovely with the catchy songs – Toy Story is just so cute – Nemo/Dory is true to life ‘Just keep swimming’!

  14. i love Sleeping Beauty it’s been my favourite since i was little and i even gave my daughter the middle name Aurora-Rose after the princess

  15. we love frozen as it teaches us true love doesn’t always have to come from a man unlike most other Disney movies. That a sisters bond lasts forever x

  16. As a child in would definitely say dumbo.
    Now as I have my own children I would need to say frozen as I’ve seen it that many times and know every words from start to finish.

  17. I love Belle from beauty and beast as its great her hobby is to read, my son however loves Frozen. He sings along to let it go, laughs at Olaf even growls at hans.

  18. My favorite Disney Movie is 101 Dalmations. I’ve always loved this movie, I think it’s because I’m a huge dog lover.

  19. Beauty and the beast, I love the story, so romantic and really good music. The story is so clever and has me memorised.

  20. I like the frog princess. Princess Tiana works hard to get where she wants to be and holding onto her good morals helps her to achieve great things. I feel this ,makes her a great role model for little girls everywhere.

  21. my favourite disney film is beauty and the beast, I think its magical how everything comes to life and its a real fairytale

  22. Lion King – I love the circle of life concept being introduced through the animals plus it’s very emotional and amazing music! 🙂 <3 x

  23. My favourite Disney movie is Snow White because I used to watch it a lot when I was younger and now it’s one of my child’s favourite movies too.

  24. i have always loved beauty and the beast, such a magical film, and shows children dont judge a book by its cover.

  25. Zootopia! I love the characters and I love how a bunny who dreams big doesn’t give up on her dream no matter what everyone else thinks!

  26. Snow White, saw it when I was young. Saw many Disney films when I was young. One of my brothers used to often treat me to the cinema. I took his first child, my niece to Snow White, first film I took her to. She was about three years old, she loved the film. She was standing singing along with the film. I apologised to other viewers nearby :- only to be told they were enjoying seeing her having so much fun watching and singing along to the film.

  27. My favourite has to be Snow White, this was the first disney movie I watched and the one that made me fall in love with Disney

  28. It may not have much animation but I love, love, love Disney’s ENCHANTED film because the songs are great and it’s just a really fun film!

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  30. Cinderella is definitely my favourite Disney movie! I’m so glad that it’s my daughters too! Wish I could borrow the Fairy Godmother at times though! Lol.

  31. I’ve always loved Ariel from the little mermaid, I remember always wanting to have hair like hers and to be able to sing like her

  32. ah such a hard question! I dont have a single fave but my top 3 in no particular order are: Jungle Book – the original one, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin – I love the humour and the amazing sound tracks with these films

  33. Old school – Sword In The Stone, great retelling of the Arthur legend. Of the newer films it has got to be Monsters Inc – what a great concept!

  34. We love the jungle book, both the old and the new version. The new one is very cleverly made and the new one mainly for the songs xxx

  35. We love the Jungle Book because the characters are all awesome and the songs are some of the best in any Disney films.

  36. The Lion king – There is just a certain magic to it – it was probably the first Disney film where I had stopped looking down on them all thinking they were “kiddy” films and inspired me to go back and enjoy their other classics too!

    So because of the Lion king I am a Disney addict!

  37. always loved Cinderella as a child good over evil. more recent film I love is lion king, love the songs .

  38. i love ‘the lion king’ – even though it makes me cry it is such a great film and we love the songs that sound so powerful in it

  39. I love so many Disney films thats its hard to pick one. Things like the Jungle Book go without saying but I really like Enchanted. I never get tired of watching it and think the characters are hilarious. I love the bit where they burst into song in the park and the song is catchy…”How do you know…” James Marsden also plays his character brilliantly.

  40. I’ve got a few top faves, I love The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast (these were the more modern ones when I was a kid) and I love Wreck it Ralph, Finding Dory, Frozen and Toy Story (can’t wait for the 4th one to come out)

  41. It’s a cross between beauty and the beast and the lion king, simply because they are the two that both bring tears to my eyes!

  42. It has to be Aladdin! We have videos of our girls singing the songs together. We have watched it over and over again!

  43. In our house, it has to be Monster’s inc! Love the relationship between Mike, Sully & Boo – melts my heart everytime!!

  44. I love the Little Mermaid. I think the sounds are so beautiful and love the story behind it as we all try and protect our little ones in the world

  45. My absolute favourite is Beauty and the Beast. There is something magical about the film, and it helps to teach children that you should never judge people on appearances along.

  46. mine is the little mermaid i rember watching it as a child having a huge ariel teddy which sang i think my love of all things little mermaid is why my hair is a s red a s a post box hehe x

  47. The Original Toy Story film is our favourite because it introduced us to two wonderful and entirely different characters Buzz Lightyear and Woody.

  48. Lady and the Tramp has always been my favourite. Such a lovely story and the scene where they are eating spaghetti bolognese outside the Italian restaurant xx

  49. Aladdin – as a child I had it on VHS and I watched it that much that the ‘tape’ in the video snapped – I was devastated!

  50. Beauty and the Beast… Well chip says it all! – Tells me that truth love is out there, we just need to look deeper for it.

  51. Totally obsessed with Frozen in this house … especially Olaf !! … I always liked the Snow Queen story by Hans Christian Andersen .. I dont know if that is why I love it so much … but I can never ever get bored with it !!!

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